Is there any solution to such a distressingly fraught, though necessary, area of operation in which logisticians have no choice but to conduct their business or else risk becoming irrelevant, or worse?
What about insurance against loss, both natural and man-made?
This is to say nothing of ongoing environmental degradation and the potential loss should investments in new ships prove unsustainable (again, apologies for the bad pun).
The answer lies, of course, in a combination of software and hardware that allows third party logisticians to remain just that: third parties.
ParceLive not only endeavours to afford supply chain personnel this capability, but also help build a broader solution to shipping in the Arctic for all to consider as this region continues to heat up both literally and figuratively, of course.
Read on to learn more about the functionality, partnership opportunities, and compliance-based considerations Hanhaa’s ParceLive assures the extreme shipper.
ParceLive functionality tested for further development:
Given the long, storied history between exploration and trade, it should come as no surprise that just such a relationship continues to this day and, now, includes the Arctic.
With man seemingly always looking to reduce the time a product or good is not available for sale (or is that sail?), reductions in distance and time mean more customer-facing opportunities in which to generate a profit.
That said, consider the reductions in both distance and time afforded the manufacturing firm that uses a northern route vis-à-vis a third party, seen here from Europe and next from North America: